Earlier this month, we decided at short notice to spend a week in the seaside town of Parga. Located in the Epirus region of North West Greece, it is an area of incredible natural beauty, parts of which we explored one summer many years ago when travelling through this part of the country.
Visiting early in May, the town was quiet and the weather very changeable. The food and hospitality were perfect. We spent most days exploring nearby mountain slopes, following trails and dirt roads until our legs ached. Walks took us to abandoned monasteries, hidden churches and castle ruins. This trip was perfect to put our newly acquired Leica Q2 Ghost through its paces. Having purchased it a couple of weeks before, I was itching to familiarise myself with it. Having a brand new canvas in the form of Parga to test it on, I took more images than usual. I will write up my thoughts about the Q2 when I have used it a little more. But for now, here is a small selection of it’s output.